id Software has unleashed a massive 5 minute gameplay video of Rage. Check it out and enjoy some of the hot action and pretty graphics.
Mastertronic has announced that they would be releasing a Heroes of Might & Magic Complete that will include all of the first five games and all of the expansions as well. Generally, Heroes of Might & Magic III is considered the pinnacle of the series, but gamers will be able to enjoy all of them.
Gamers playing Audiosurf may have noticed that GlaDOS, like all of the other 'Potato Sack' games, hijacked it. In this game's case, could Valve have teased one of the songs from the other game? It's a remix of sorts with quotes from the first Portal game and the released Portal 2 preview videos.
One could easily imagine this being in the actual game - or even in the end credits. Give it a listen, and let us know what you think.
The tally of completed 'Potato Sack' games has reached 7, with six games left. Audiosurf is close to being completed; it's odd that it wasn't among the first since many gamers already own Audiosurf.
[Update: 9 down.]
An official complaint has been filed by the UK consumer group Gamer's Voice over an episode of The Wright Stuff in which violent games were 'discussed'.
The host and panel of the show came to generally accept violent games led to real-life violence, ignoring "gang culture" almost entirely say the group.
Images of 'Project Zulu' have appeared on the web sourced from the development version of Xbox Live Marketplace. It says "BioWare presents" the project.
It's a "fantasy role playing action adventure in space!" There are DLC test packs listed as well. The description says there's no multiplayer or co-op in 'Zulu'.
American McGee reveals that Alice: Madness Returns will include a code for console owners to redeem and then download the original Alice game to play.
Alice will receive DLC in the form of dresses with "special abilities" to enhance playthroughs. Alice: Madness Returns retails in mid-June for PC and consoles.
We have the alleged box art for Blizzard's Diablo III now available to drool over provided the Polish retailer didn't just get bored and make up a placeholder.
It looks rather convincing and appears to advertise a code for World of Warcraft on the front, which StarCraft 2 did. This is as close as we can get right now people!
Online retailer Amazon, a professional bean spiller, has listed Fallout: New Vegas. This is the much coveted Game of the Year Edition though and it's for all.
This would mean all the updates so far and all available DLC for it would be bundled together. New Vegas is believed to be receiving 3 bits of DLC.
All those titles sold in the shops and online in North America need ratings you know, but poor ESRB have tons to get through. Luckily computers can help.
No this isn't some Skynet/GLaDOS hybrid but a computer crunching 'content questionnaires' and then bestowing a certificate. XBLA and PSN up first.
505 Games' Zumba Fitness remains the UK's number one title for a second week as it fends off LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars and Crytek's Crysis 2.
FIFA 11 is back with a vengeance rocketing 4th, and Homefront holds the line 6th. LEGO Harry Potter works its magic from 23rd to 11th. Pokemon nudge up.
Volition has posted a new gameplay video from Red Faction: Armageddon, showing off the "Infestation" co-op mode, which is basically a "Firefight/Horde" mode.
Two of the games from the 'Potato Sack' have reached their goals for an early release of Portal 2.
[Update: Five now.]
DICE has released a new trailer for Battlefield 3. While most of the video is stuff that has been shown a few times before, the end of the trailer features some new footage, such as fighter jet combat and cliff diving.
The fourth DLC pack for The Settlers 7: Paths to a Kingdom will be landing this Monday, according to a pre-order listing on the GamersGate web site. The new DLC will cost $4.99 USD, but if you own the Gold Edition, it'll be completely free.
Cyanide Studio is working on another adaptation of a miniatures wargame, after having developed Blood Bowl. This time, they're adapting the wargame Confrontation into a real-time strategy game with roleplaying elements.
The latest update for Team Fortress 2, as usual, has new hats for the BLU and RED team. This time the "hat" is ... no hats at all. The suspects are hatless, repeat hatless.
The update also brings the Koth_Badlands map, improved voice chat quality, better AI bots, a new voting system, plenty of weapon tweaks, and a new system for coaching players.
Monolith has released a new F.E.A.R. 3 trailer showing off its wild, innovative multiplayer modes. Of the four, "F**KING RUN" is the most fun, as you fight waves of enemies as a grey cloud wall encroaches on you. Any team member touch it, the entire team dies.
The two "Soul" multiplayer modes also look weird and intruiging. There's also the (now) obligatory Horde mode, but that kind of multiplayer is almost always fun.
The first major DLC for Two Worlds II has been announced today, called "Pirates of the Flying Fortress", and as the title suggests, it has a nautical motif.
Valve's ARG seems to be hinting at an early launch of Portal 2 for today, and we're not talking about stores breaking the street date, as some have already (with walkthrough videos flooding YouTube in the past 24 hours.)
[Update: The countdown has been reset - and aimed at April 19, but...]